One-chance syndicate leader remanded in Lagos prison: Police
A 49-year-old leader of a “one-chance” syndicate, George Ndubuisi, has been arrested and remanded in prison, the Lagos State Police Command said.
The police spokesperson, Benjamin Hundeyin, said on his X handle on Monday that Mr Ndubuisi and his gang operated in the Itire, Aguda, Cele, and Surulere areas of the state.
Mr Hundeyin said the police recovered a car from the suspect, adding that efforts to arrest other members of the syndicate were ongoing.
He said, “Operatives of @LagosPoliceNG have arrested one Ndubisi George ‘m’ aged 49, leader of a one-chance robbery syndicate operating within Itire, Aguda, Cele and Surulere. One grey Toyota Camry was recovered from him while efforts are on to arrest other members of the syndicate.
“The suspect has been arraigned and remanded to prison till March 18, 2024, for continuation of hearing.”
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